NOTES TO MY FATHER

USA / UK / India, 2017 (MIFF 2017, Virtual Reality)

Director: Jayisha Patel

NOTES TO MY FATHER

Flooded by memories of life in an Indian brothel, Ramadevi pens a letter to her father, who unintentionally played a role in his daughter’s trauma.

Notes to My Father is a story of love, grief and reconciliation, between a survivor of child trafficking and her father.


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